Obama Will Try to Arrive to a Common Position on the South China Sea on ASEAN Summit
U.S. President Barack Obama and allies from Southeast Asia will turn their attention to China on Tuesday on the second day of a summit intended to improve commercial links and provide a united front on maritime disputes with Beijing.
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